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Sam Bright exposes the hostile environment hypocrisy of Priti Patel, who has in one week promised to learn from the Windrush scandal and threatened to imprison asylum seekers on a distant island
Almost two-thirds of all people who have died from COVID-19 are disabled. Where is the support for some of the most vulnerable in our society?
Kseniya Kirillova explains the Kremlin’s strategy as conflict mounts between Armenia and Azerbaijan
Stuart Spray investigates the environmental impact of Drax in North Yorkshire, the world’s largest wood-consuming power station
With allegations of black voter suppression re-emerging in the US, Stephen Delahunty looks at similar attempts to disenfranchise millions of voters in the UK
Carole Concha Bell speaks to indigenous rights activists in Argentina about their battle to reclaim ancestral land
NHS consultant David Oliver punctures the dangerous fallacies surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic
Byline Times reveals how an organisation that supplied 2,700 ventilators to the Government is owned by a firm on the Isle of Man
A Russian historian devoted to exposing the horrors of Stalinism has just been handed an unexpected new jail sentence, reports Sarah Hurst
Tom Scott on how new revelations about voter suppression the US raise urgent questions about psychographic targeting of UK voters and plans to strip citizens of data protection rights
As Freddie Flintoff speaks publicly about having bulimia, Nathan O'Hagan explains how lockdown has made him finally confront his own condition
Health officials didn't know the total number of ventilators in national circulation at the start of the pandemic, a new report has revealed
With support from the Far Right, and distrust of NATO and the US from the left, Tom Miles explains why Russian interference is not the issue in France it is in the UK
Paul Niland explores the evidence that, with the help of the US President, Ukrainian's state-owned oil and gas company could be an important asset in Russia's hybrid warfare
Iain Overton and Murray Jones explore the repercussions of a lack of rigorous scrutiny of the UK's past military actions and how reverence for soldiers is weaponised as the ultimate political tool